Nick gets an unexpected visit from his mother in this latest clip from "Grimm" Episode 3.17, "Synchronicity," but that's just the beginning of the troubles that arrive with her! Check it out, and be sure to tune in on Friday night.
"Grimm" returns this Friday with Episode 3.17, "Synchronicity," and if you're missing it as much as we are, here are several stills and a sneak peek of the ep, in which Monroe and Rosalee come up with a solution to keep Nick as their best man.
"Grimm" returns to NBC on April 4th with Episode 3.17, "Synchronicity," which features a "grim" reunion between a sparring mother and son and also introduces Adalind's extraordinary child to the gang. Here's a preview of the shenanigans to come.
Looking forward to checking out the Wesen carnival at the center of tonight's Episode 3.16 of "Grimm," entitled "The Show Must Go On"? Then first watch this pair of clips in which (a) Monroe and Rosalee explain "umkippen" and (b) Monroe asks Nick for a big favor.
This was pretty much a no-brainer given its track record, but we still think NBC's early renewal of "Grimm" is some of the best news we've gotten all week! To celebrate, we're happy to finally share the preview of Friday night's Episode 3.16, "The Show Must Go On."
Not only does "Being Human's" Sam Witwer guest star, but it also looks like "Grimm" semi-regular Alexis Denisof finally gets something to do in next week's Episode 3.16, "The Show Must Go On." Here are several stills to whet your appetites.
Nick hits a brick wall while trying to deal with an archaeologist who has unearthed what may be the most important scientific discovery in human history in this clip from "Grimm" Episode 3.15, "Once We Were Gods."
Back in late January we got word that "Being Human's" Sam Witwer is guest starring on "Grimm" this season, and now we have the full synopsis of the episode in which he'll appear, #3.16, entitled "The Show Must Go On," airing on March 21st.
Sgt. Wu is one of the few characters on "Grimm" unaware that Wesen exist. This past Friday he got the shock of his life when his friend's unborn baby was almost eaten by one. Actor Reggie Lee sat down for a Q&A about where that leaves him now.
Much like the Men of Letters injected new life into "Supernatural," so too has the Wesen Council added some spice to "Grimm." They return in next week's Episode 3.15, "Once We Were Gods," and here's a sneak peek via some stills and a preview.
Actually, these images from "Grimm" Episode 3.14, "Mommy Dearest," don't bring much of anything other than our stars looking pensive, but the preview... well, let's just say motherhood looks beastly indeed!
We've been giving "Hannibal" all the love lately, but before its Season 2 premiere tomorrow night, another favorite of ours, "Grimm," returns with Episode 3.13, "Revelation." Here's a clip in which Monroe's parents just can't seem to run out of things to be upset about.
Monroe's mom (i.e., the great Dee Wallace), Aunt Marie's trailer, and scalped corpses all make an appearance in these new stills from "Grimm" Episode 3.13, "Revelation." With "Grimm" and "Hannibal" teaming up next Friday, this coming week cannot end soon enough!
We still have two weeks to wait before "Grimm" and "Hannibal" return to NBC so to help you fill the time, here's a look ahead to their March 7th episodes, #3.14, "Mommy Dearest," and #2.02, "Sakizuki," respectively.
The Olympics have just begun, but we're looking forward to three weeks from now when "Grimm" and "Hannibal" team up. And NBC has just whet our appetites even further by releasing the official synopses for Ep. 3.13, "Revelation," and Ep. 2.01, "Kaiseki," respectively.